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GDPR Compliance

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Welcome to our GDPR Awareness Course

Demystifying General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

Gain crucial insights into GDPR and its implications for your organization. This course offers clarity and guidance on GDPR compliance.

The Varied Paths to GDPR Compliance

Recognize that each organization faces unique challenges on its journey to GDPR compliance. Decisions and strategies may differ.

Course Overview

Building Blocks of GDPR

Acquire a solid foundation by grasping essential GDPR terminology, principles, and basic rules.

Your Responsibility

Understand that achieving GDPR compliance in your workplace rests with you. This course equips you with knowledge, but application and decision-making are your prerogatives.

A Continuous Process

GDPR is not a one-time endeavor; it's an ongoing commitment to data protection. Regular review and improvement of data security are vital.

The GDPR Era

The Effective Date

GDPR officially came into force on May 25, 2018, replacing the Data Protection Act. It introduces a single, unified set of rules for all EU citizens.

Key Changes

Explore the significant GDPR changes:

  • Consent: Stricter rules on obtaining and managing consent.
  • Transparency: Enhanced transparency requirements.
  • Personal Data: Expanded scope of personal and special categories of data.
  • Children's Data: Special provisions for children's data.
  • Breach Communication: Mandatory breach reporting and communication.
  • Data Protection by Design: Integration of data protection into processes and systems.
  • Enhanced Data Subject Rights: New rights for data subjects, including access, portability, and erasure.
  • Organizational Obligations: Requirements placed on organizations.
  • Penalties: Fines of up to 20 million euros or 4% of annual revenue for non-compliance.

Stay Informed, Stay Compliant

Regularly update your knowledge to ensure ongoing GDPR compliance, mitigating risks, and safeguarding data.